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CATALOGUE OF 


ANCIENT COINS 


in GOLD, SILVER and BRONZE 


Also a small series of Coins 


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DAY OF SALE 
WEDNESDAY, 22nd OCTOBER, 1969 


commencing at 10 a.m. precisely 


ON VIEW Monday and Tuesday prior to Sale” 
9.30 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. 


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CONDITIONS OF SALE 





First.—The highest bidder to be the buyer; and if any dispute 
arise between two or more bidders, the lot so in dispute 
shall be immediately put up again and re-sold, provided 
the Auctioneer cannot decide the said dispute. 


Szconp.—No person to advance less than 1s.; above five pounds, 
5s.; and so on in proportion. 

Turrp.—All lots are put up for sale subject (a) to any reserve price 
imposed by the seller and (b) to the right of the seller 
to bid either personally or else by any one person who 
may be the Auctioneer. 

FourtH.—The purchasers to give in their names and place of 
abode, and to pay down 5s. in the pound or more in 
part payment, or the whole of the purchase-money, 
if required; in default of which the lot or lots so purchased 
to be immediately put up again and re-sold. 


Firta#.—Each lot is believed to be genuine, but should any lot 
prove to be a forgery, or reprint, or wrongly described 
in the catalogue, the purchaser is at liberty to take or 
reject it, provided always that notice of such rejection 
be made and the lot returned within seven days from 
date of sale. . 

SrxtH.—The Auctioneers will not hold themselves responsible for 
any action that may arise, acting solely as agents between 
buyer and seller and for both equitably. 

SEVENTH.—The Auctioneers will not hold themselves responsible for 
the safe custody of any lots left more than three days 
after the sale. 

E1cHTH.—Buyers must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of 
their purchases at the time of delivery. The Auctioneers 
not to be held responsible for any discrepancy which 
might be discovered after the lots have been removed 
from their premises. 


Please Note. 


The metal in which the coins are struck is indicated thus: — 
AN =gold, A=silver, A£=copper or bronze. 
El=Electrum (an alloy of gold and silver). 
Bil=Billon (an alloy of silver and copper). 

Care is taken to describe accurately the condition of coins and 
medals, using the following scale: Extremely fine, Very fine, Fine, 
and Good. Where no condition is stated 1t may be assumed that 
the coins and medals are not in good condition. 


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EXCHANGE CONTROL (GOLD COINS EXEMPTION) 


ORDER, 1966 


Tue above Order, which came into effect on the 27th April, 1966, necessi- 
tates the following requirements in respect of ALL GOLD COINS DATED 
AFTER 1837. 


1. 


2. 


BUYING. 


(a) Residents of the United Kingdom, the Isle of Man and the Channel 


Islands must produce satisfactory proof that they are in possession 
of permission from the Bank of England to purchase gold coins 
dated after 1837. (Applications to maintain a collection of gold 
coins dated after 1837 should be submitted to the Dealing and 
Accounts Office, Bank of England, London, E.C.2, on Form GC1 
(obtainable from any Bank) .) 


(b) Scheduled Territories. Bids are accepted on the understanding 


that local Exchange Control permission, where necessary, has been 
obtained for the importation of purchases. 


(c) Other Overseas Buyers are not, in any way, affected by this 


Order. 


SELLING. 


(a) Residents of the United Kingdom, the Isle of Man and the Channel 


Islands. Intending Vendors must produce satisfactory proof that 
they are in possession of permission from the Bank of England to 
sell gold coins dated after 1837. 


(b) Overseas Vendors. A Licence is required to import any gold coin 


dated after 1837. Intending Vendors should first submit to us a 
detailed list of all gold coins dated after 1837 which they propose 
to send for sale, in order that an Import Licence may be obtained. 





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Complete settlement made 21 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SALE. 
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CATALOGUE of 


ANCIENT COINS 


in GOLD, SILVER and BRONZE 


Also a small series of Coins of the U.S.A. 


DAY OF SALE 


Wednesday, 22nd October, 1969 


commencing at 10 a.m. precisely 


GREEK GOLD 
Lor 


1* AGRIGENTUM (413-406 B.C.), A’ Diobel, eagle 1. on rock, killing 
snake, two pellets (marks of value), vev. crab, below 
SIAANOX. Extremely fine and rare. (See Plate 11). 


‘, Ex Kosoff sale, A.N.A. Convention, 1968 (lot 1136). 


2* CARTHAGE (circa 340 B.C.), A’ Electrum 14-Stater, head of Perse- 
phone 1. wearing triple-drop earring and necklace, rev. 


erect horse r. Almost extremely fine and rare. (See Plate 
IT}. 


’,’ Ex Kosoff sale, A.N.A. Convention, 1968 (lot 1148). 


ROMAN GOLD 


3* C. JuLtus CagsaR (circa 46 B.C.), A’ Aureus, winged bust of 
Victory r., C. CAES. DIC. TER, vev. sacrificial vase, L. PLANC. 
PRAEF. VRB. (C.31; Bab. 18; S.1019). Very fine and rare. 


4* C. Cassius Loneinus (circa 42 B.C.), A’ Aureus, head of Libertas 
r., C. CASSI IMP., vev. Aplustre, the branches terminating in 
flowers, M. SERVILIVS LEG. (C.8; Bab. 20; $.1311). Well- 
spread flan, very fine and very rare. 


".” Rev. type refers to Cassius’ victory over the Rhodian fleet 
and occupation of the island in 43 B.C. The Ablustre sym- 
bolizes sea power. : 


140 


190 


400 


120 


60 


230 


90 


180 


170 


130 


160 


210 


0 


0 


0 


Lot 


5* Sextus Pompeius (circa 42-38 B.C.), A’ Aureus, bare head of 
Pompey r., MAG. PIVS. IMP. ITER., all within oak-wreath, 
rev. heads of Pompey the Great and Cnaeus Pompey, face 
to face (C.1; Bab. 24; S.1346). Extremely rare but has been 
mounted and re-engraved, fatr. 


6* AuGcustus (27 B.C.-A.D. 14), A’ Aureus, laur. head r., rev. 


Tiberius in quadriga r., holding laurel and sceptre (C.299). 
Very fine and rare. 


7 Treerius (A.D. 14-37), A Aureus, laur. head r., rev. Livia seated 
r. holding olive-branch and sceptre (C.15). Fine. 


8* CALIGULA and Avucustus, A’ Aureus, laur. head r., rev. radiate 
head of Augustus r., DIVVS. AVG. PATER PATRIAE (C.6). Cué 
on head of Caligula, otherwise almost extremely fine and 
rare. 


9 Crauptus (A.D. 41-54), A’ Aureus, laur. head r., vev. triumphal 
arch inscribed DE. BRITANN. (C.17). Fine and scarce. 


’.’ This type commemorates the conquest of Britain in A.D. 43. 


10 VireLtius (A.D. 69), A’ Aureus, laur. head r., rev. tripod, SACR. 
PAC. XV. VIR. (C.110). About fine and rare; has been in 
ring mount, 


11* Vespastan (A.D. 69-79), A’ Aureus, laur. head r., vev. Equitas 
left holding balance and sceptre (C.101). Good very fine 
and rare. 


12* Titus (A.D. 79-81), A’ Aureus, laur. head r., vev. Annona seated 
left, holding bundle of corn-ears (C.16). Very fine and 
scarce. 


13* Trajan (A.D. 98-117), A’ Aureus, laur., dr. bust r., vev. Fortuna 
seated 1., cos. vr. (C.153). Very fine. 


14* Haprian (A.D. 117-138), A’ Aureus, laur., dr. bust r., rev. Em- 
peror on horseback r., raising r. hand, cos 1 (C.406). 
Very fine and scarce. 


15* 





N Aureus, bare, dr. bust r., rev. Security r., SECVRITAS 
AvG (C.1401). Good very fine. 


Lor 


16* Antoninus Pius (A.D. 138-161), A’ Aureus, laur. head r., rev. 
Emperor left, holding globe, cos. mm. (C.317). Almost 
extremely fine. 


17* Marcus Aure.ius (A.D. 161-180), A’ Aureus, laur. head r., rev. 
Fortuna holding rudder and cornucopia (C.207). Very fine. 


18* —— A Aureus, laur., dr. bust r., rev. Felicitas standing l., 
P.M. TR. P. XIX. IMP. 111. Cos. m1. (C.479). Very fine. 


19* Faustina Junior, A’ Aureus, dr. bust ]., rev. dove to right, CON- 
CORDIA (C.60). Very fine and rare. 


20* Lucitia, A’ Aureus, dr. bust r., rev. Pietas standing 1., altar at 
feet, PrETAS (C.49). Pretty portrait, very fine and rare. 


21* PErTINAX (A.D. 193), A’ Aureus, laur., dr. bust r., rev. Laetitia 
standing 1., LAETITIA TEMPOR. COS. II. (C.18). Practically 
mint state and very rare. 


21a SEVERUS ALEXANDER (A.D. 222-235), A’ Aureus, laur. dr. bust 
r., Emperor seated 1. on platform, before him Liberalitas 
standing, man mounting steps on 1., LIBERALITAS AVGVSTI 
C.113). Very fine and extremely rare. 


22* GorpiANn III (A.D. 238-244), A’ Aureus, laur., dr. bust r., rev. 
Emperor on horseback 1., P.M. TR. P. I COS. P.P. (C.233). 
Extremely fine and rare. 


23* Puivip II (A.D. 244-249), as Cesar, A’ Aureus, bare, dr. bust r., 
vev. Philip standing |. holding globe and standard, PRINCIPI 
IVVENT (C.46). Very fine and very rare. 


24* DIocLETIAN (A.D. 284-305), A’ Aureus, laur., dr. bust r., sev. 
Jupiter standing 1. holding thunderbolt and sceptre, lov 
CONSERVATORI AVG, SMA in ex. (C.272). Extremely fine. 


25 Constantius II (A.D. 337-361), A’ Solidus of Antioch, diad., dr. 
and cuir. bust r., ev. Rome and Constantinople seated 
holding shield inscribed voT. XX. MVLT. XXX. GLORIA. 
REIPVBLICAE, SMANS in ex. (C.108). Fine. 


26 Macnetius (A.D. 350-353), A’ Solidus of Treveri, bare head, dr. 
and cuir. r., vev. Victory and Liberty supporting trophy, 
VICTORIA AVG. LIB. ROMANOR, TR in ex. (C.46). Good style, 
has been mounted; fair and rare. 


170 


150 


120 


170 


210 


1,350 


200 


230 


210 


230 


30 


32 


0 


0 


0 


0 


0 


0 


0 


0 


Lot 


30.0 0 27 Constantius GaLLus (A.D. 351-354), A’ Solidus of Thessalonica, 
bare head, dr, and cuir. r., rev. Rome and Constantinople 
seated holding shield inscribed voT. v. MVLT. X. GLORIA 


REIPVBLICAE, TES in ex. (C.25). Fair and rare, has been 
trimmed. 


85 0 0 28 JuLtAN II (A.D. 360-363), A’ Solidus of Antioch, diad. and cuir 
bust dr. r., with short beard, rev. Emperor advancing r., 
holding trophy and dragging captive, VIRTVS EXERCITVS 
ROMANORVM, ANTB in ex. (C.78). Very fine and rare. 


70 0 0 29 Another similar, but longer beard, ANTE in ex. (C.79), Almosi 
very fine and rare. 


150 0 0 30* Jovian (A.D. 363-364), A’ Solidus of Antioch, diad. head dr. and 
cuir r., vev. Rome and Constantinople seated holding shield 
inscribed VOT. V. MVLT. X., ANTH. in ex. (C.8). Extremely 
fine and rare. 


65 0 0 31 —— A Solidus of Sirmiam, diad., dr. and cuir. bust r., rev. 
Emperor facing holding standard, captive below, SECVRITAS 
REIPVBLICE, SIRM in ex (C.16). About fine and rare. 


80 0 0 32 VALENTINIAN I (A.D. 364-375), A’ Solidus of Thessalonica, diad. 
dust |. in Imperial mantle, holding mappa and sceptre, rev. 
Emperor |., holding standard and Victory, right foot on 
kneeling captive, SALVS REIP, SMTES in ex. (C.32). Very 
fine and very rare. 


30 0 0 83 Varens (A.D. 364-378), A’ Solidus of Nicomedia, diad., dr. and 
cuir bust r., rev. Emperor standing holding Victory and 
standard, RESTITVTOR REIPVBLICAE, SMNE in ex. (C.32). 
Very fine, but gashes in obv. and rev. fields. 


45 0 0 34 GratiaAnus (A.D. 367-375), A’ Solidus of Antioch, diad., dr. and 
cuir. bust r., vev. two Emperors enthroned, facing, sup- 
porting inscribed shield, below which small figure, SPEs RP, 
ANTI'+ in ex. (C.—). About fine and very rare. 


38 0 0 344 —— AN Solidus of Nicomedia, diad. bust 1. in Imperial mantle, 
holding mappa and sceptre, rev. two Emperors enthroned 
facing, with two captives crouching in the exergue, VoTA 
PVBLICA, SMNI in ex. (C.83). Almost very fine and very rare. 


48 0 0 385 VarenTintaAN II (A.D. 375-392), A’ Solidus of Constantinople, 
diad., dr. and cuir. bust r., rev. Constantinopolis seated 
holding sceptre and orb, CONCORDIA AVGGG, CONOB in ex. 
(C.2). Very fine. 


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Lor 


36 TuHeoposius I (A.D. 379-395), A’ Solidus of Treveri, diad., dr. 30 0 0 
and cuir. bust r., vev. two Emperors enthroned, VICTORIA 
AVGG, TROBC in ex. (C.37). Fine and scarce. l 

37 


Honorius (A.D. 393-423), A’ Solidus of Sirmium, small diad., 36 0 0 
dr. and cuir. bust r., yeu. Emperor r. holding standard and 


Victory, foot on captive, VICTORIA AVGGGA, s.mM. in 
field. Almost very fine. 


38* CoNnsTANTINE III (A.D. 407-411), A’ Solidus of Treveri, diad., 


240 0 0 
dr. and cuir. bust r., vev. Emperor r. holding standard and 
Victory, VICTORIA AVGGG, TROBS in ex. (C.5). Very fine and 
rare. 


39 VALENTINIAN III (A.D. 425-455), A’ Solidus of Ravenna, diad., 


45 0 0 
dr. and cuir. bust r., vev. Emperor facing r., foot on cap- 
tive, VICTORI/AAAVGGG, R.V. in field (C.19). Fine and rare. 


40* ANTHEMIUS (A.D. 467-472), A’ Solidus of Rome, helmeted and dr. 


170 0 O 
bust facing, vev. Anthemius and Leo I standing facing, 
holding between them cross on globe, in field Rome mono- 
gram (C.6). Extremely fine and rare. 


BYZANTINE GOLD 


All mint of Constantinople unless stated otherwise. 


Arcapius (A.D. 383-408), A’ Solidus, diad., dr. bust r., rev. 
Constantinople seated, globe in left hand (R.4). Very fine. 


4] 


30 0 0 


42 -—— A Solidus, diad., dr. bust r., vev. Constantinople seated 


24 0 0 
holding shield inscribed vot. v. MVLT. x. (R.5). Fine and 
scarce. 


43* Eupoxia (wife of Arcadius), A’ Solidus, diad., dr. bust r., rev. 


170 0 0 
Victory seated r. inscribing Christogram on shield (R.139). 
Has been scraped both sides, otherwise very fine and very 
rare. 


44 Turoposius II (A.D. 408-450), A’ Solidus, helmeted and arm. 


30 0 0 
bust facing, vev. Constantinople seated holding Victory, 
officina H (R.147). Very fine. 


45 -—— A Semissis, diad., dr. bust r., rev. Victory seated r. in- 


i 26 0 0 
scribing shield, Christogram by foot (G.31; R.182). About 
extremely fine and rare. 


190 


30 


60 


35 


30 


26 


0 


0 


0 


0 


Lor 


46 


47 


48* 


49 


50 


51 


52 


53 


54* 


57 


—— A Tremisses, diad., dr. bust r., rev. Victory advancing r 
(R.186). Fine, but shows traces of mounting. 


Marcian (A.D. 450-457), A’ Solidus, helmeted and arm. bust 
facing, rev. Victory supporting long cross, officina A 
(R.211). About very fine, slight scratches in obv. field. 


PULCHERIA (wife of Marcian), A’ Solidus, diad., dr. bust r., rev. 
Roma seated 1. holding globe surmounted by cross (R.232). 
Very fine and very rare. 


Leo I (A.D. 457-473), A’ Semisses, diad., dr. bust r., rev. Victory 
seated r. inscribing shield, crude Christogram by foot 
(R.254). Almost very fine and rare. 


ZENO (A.D. 474-491), A’ Solidus, helmeted and arm. bust facing, 
rev. Victory supporting long cross, officina M (R.282). Very 
fine for this rather barbarous issue, scarce. 


—— A’ Semisses, diad., dr. bust r., rev. Victory seated r. in- 
scribing shield, Christogram by foot (R.291). Almost very 
fine and rare. 


Basiiiscus (A.D. 476-477), A’ Tremisses, diad., dr. bust r., rev. 
Victory standing holding wreath and orb (R.303). Very fine 
and rare, scratched in obv. field. 


Anastasius (A.D. 491-518), A’ Solidus, helmeted and arm. bust 
facing, rev. Victory supporting long cross, officina I (R.313). 
Practically mint state. 


—— A Solidus, helmeted and arm. bust facing, rev. Victory 
supporting staff, topped by Christogram, officina S (R.—; 
cf. Sab. 1). Very fine and rare. 


—— A Tremissis, diad. and dr. bust r., rev. Victory standing 
holding wreath and orb (R.327). Very fine. 


Justin I (A.D. 518-527), A’ Solidus, helmeted and arm. bust 
facing, vev. Victory supporting long cross, officina © 
(R.381). Extremely fine and scarce. 


—— A Tremissis, diad. and dr. bust r., rev. Victory standing 
holding wreath and orb (R.388). Fine. 


Lot 


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59 


61 


64 


65 


66 


67 


68 


69 


70 


JUSTINIAN I (A.D. 527-565), A’ Solidus, helmeted and arm. bust 
facing, rev. Victory facing holding staff topped by Christo- 
gram and orb, officina A (R.451). Almost extremely fine. 


—— A’ Solidus, helmeted and arm, bust facing, rev. Victory 
facing, holding staff topped by Christogram and orb, officina 
H (R.462). Almost extremely fine. 


—— A Tremissis, diad. and dr. bust r., rev. Victory standing 
holding wreath and orb (R.467). Very fine, slight knock on 
chin. 


Justin II (A.D. 565-578), A’ Solidus, helmeted and arm. bust 
facing, rev. Constantinople seated holding staff and orb, 
officina A (R.752). Extremely fine. 


—— WA Solidus, similar, officina S (R.754). Extremely fine but 
double-struck. 


Treertus IT (A.D. 578-582), A’ Solidus, bust facing, rev. cross on 
steps, officina S (R.918). Extremely fine. 


—— A Tremissis, diad. and dr. bust r., rev. cross (R.924). 
Extremely fine. 


Maurice Tiperius (A.D. 582-602), A’ Solidus, helmeted and dr. 
bust facing, vev. Victory facing holding staff topped by 
Christogram and orb, officina I (R.1012). Very fine. 


Puocas (A.D. 602-610), A’ Solidus, dr. bust facing, rev. Victory 
holding staff topped by Christogram and orb, officina & 
(R.1181). Almost mint state. 


Heractius (A.D. 610-641), A’ Tremissis, diad. and dr. bust r., 
rev. cross (R.1288). Very fine and scarce. 


HERACLIUS and HERACLIUS CONSTANTINE (A.D. 613-630), A’ 
Solidus, facing busts dr., vev. cross on steps, officina 0 
(R.1364). Extremely fine. 


HERACLIUS with HERACLIUS CONSTANTINE and HERACLEONAS, A’ 
Solidus, three Emperors facing, rev. cross on steps, officina 
A (R.1493). Almost extremely fine. 


Heractius, A’ Semissis, diad., dr. bust r., vev. cross on globe 
(R.1526). Very fine, sharp portrait. 


30 


99 


10 


25 


40 


25 


21 


32 


18 


26 


25 


26 


0 


0 


24 


21 


24 


27 


30 


160 


50 


10 


0 


0 


Lor 


71 


76 


80 


81 


10 


Constans II (A.D. 641-668), A’ Solidus, dr. bust facing, rev. 
cross on steps, officina A (R.1513 var.). About extremely 
fine. 


—— A’ Solidus, a similar piece but star in field, officina I 
(R.1516). Very fine. 


Constans II and Constantine IV (A.D. 654-659), A’ Solidus, 
the two Emperors, dr. busts, facing, vev. cross on steps, 
officina I‘ (R.1587). Good very fine. 


Constans II with ConstTanTINE IV, Heractius and TIBERIUS 
(A.D. 659-668), A’ Solidus, the two Emperors, dr. busts, 
facing, vev. cross on steps, flanked by Heraclius and 
Tiberius, officina 0 (R.1609). Good very fine. 


CoNSTANTINE IV with HeRaAcLius and Tiperrus (A.D. 668-685), 
A’ Solidus, bearded bust, helmeted and arm., facing, rev. 
cross on steps flanked by Heraclius and Tiberius, officina S 
(R.1650). Extremely fine. 


CoNSTANTINE IV (A.D. 668-685), A’ Solidus, helmeted and arm. 
bust facing, rev. cross on steps, officina A (R.1667). Very 
fine and rare. 


’,’ Ex Ratto Sale, 12.9.1930 (115 Frs.). 


Justinian II (A.D. 685-695), A’ Solidus, dr. bust facing, rev. 
cross on steps, officina B (R.1680). Very fine and scarce. 


—— A Solidus, bust of Christ facing, cross behind, vev. facing 
ornate bust of Justinian holding cross and orb (R.1685). 
Practically mint state and rare. 


Treerius III (A.D. 698-705), A’ Solidus, bust facing, holding 
spear in hand, vev. cross on steps, officina S (?) (R.1699). 
Very fine and rare. 


Leo III (A.D. 714-741), NV Solidus, dr. bust facing, rev. cross on 
steps, officina Z (R.1727). Good fine and rare, but pierced 
and plugged. 


Leo III with Constantine V, A Solidus, bust of Leo facing, rev. 
bust of Constantine facing (R.1734). Almost extremely fine 
and rare. 


83 


86* 


87 


88 


89 


90 


91 


92 


93* 


11 


ConsTaNTINE V (A.D. 741-775), A’ Solidus, dr. bust facing, rev. 
dr, bust of Leo III facing (R.1744). Good very fine and 
rare. 


CONSTANTINE V with Leo IV, A’ Solidus, busts of the two Em- 
perors facing, rev. dr. bust of Leo III facing (R.1750). 
Rare and almost extremely fine, but light scratch in obv. 
and rev. fields. 


Another similar (R.1751), struck on smaller flan. Very fine and 
rare. 


Leo IV (A.D. 776-780) with ConstantinE VI, A’ Solidus, Leo IV 
and Constantine VI seated, rev. busts of Leo III and Con- 
stantine V facing (R.1767). About extremely fine and rare. 


ConstTANnTINE VI (A.D. 780-797) with IRENE, A’ Solidus, dr. bust 
of Constantine facing, vev. crowned bust of Irene facing, 
holding cruciform sceptre and globe (R.1775). Very fine 
and very rare. 


NicepHorus I (A.D. 802-811) with Stauracius, A’ Solidus, bust 
of Nicephorus facing, vev. bust of Stauracius (R.1785). 
Fine, pierced and plugged, and rare. 


THEOFILIOS (A.D. 829-842), A’ Solidus, bust facing, rev. cross on 
steps (R.1817). Almost very fine and very rare. 


—— AN Solidus, Sicily mint, bust of Theofilios facing on obv. 
and rev. (R.1818). Good extremely fine. 


—— A Semissis, Sicily mint, bust of Theofilios facing on obv. 
and rev. (R.1819). Extremely fine and well struck. 


THEOFILIOS with MicHaeEL II and ConstanTINe (A.D. 832-839), 
AN’ Solidus, bust of Theofilios facing, rev. busts of Michael 
and Constantine facing (R.1832). Extremely fine and rare. 


Basti I (A.D. 867-886) with ConsTanTINE, A’ Solidus, busts of 
Basil I and Constantine facing, vev. Christ enthroned 
(R.1858). Very fine and scarce. 


Romanus I (A.D. 919-944) with ConstanTINE VII, A’ Solidus, 
busts of Romanus and Constantine facing, rev. Christ en- 
throned (R.—; Wroth 10). Extremely fine and very rare. 


40 


34 


68 


125 


20 


50 


30 


20 


40 


155 


42 


44 


46 


22 


11 


24 


28 


30 


48 


95 


0 


Lor 


94 


97 


98 


99 


100 


101 


103 


104 


105* 


106 


12 


Romanus I with CurisTopHER, A’ Solidus, busts of Romanus and 


Christopher facing, rev. Christ enthroned (R.1892). Almost 
extremely fine. 


ConsTANTINE VII (A.D. 945-959) with Romanus II, A’ Solidus, 
busts of Constantine and Romanus facing, rev. bust of 
Christ (R.1905). About very fine. 


NicepHorus II (A.D. 963-969), A’ Solidus, busts of the Virgin 
and Nicephorus facing, rev. bust of Christ (R.1912). About 
very fine, scarce. 


Basit II (A.D. 976-1025) with Constantine VIII, A’ Solidus, 
busts of Basil and Constantine facing, rev. bust of Christ 
(R.1940). Very fine and scarce. 


—— WN Nomisma, type similar to previous (R.1944). Almost 
extremely fine, on well-spread flan. 


Constantine VIII (A.D. 1025-1028), A’ Nomisma, bust of Con- 
stantine facing, rev. bust of Christ (R.1969). Very fine. 


Another similar (R.1969). Fine and has possibly been mounted. 
A similar piece (R.1971). Almost extremely fine and scarce. 


Romanus III (A.D. 1028-1034), A’ Nomisma, standing figures of 
Romanus and the Virgin, rev. Christ enthroned (R.1972). 
About extremely fine. 


Micuaet IV (A.D. 1934-1041), A’ Nomisma, dr. bust facing, 
holding standard and orb, rev. bust of Christ (R.1976). 
Very fine and extremely rare, but pierced. 


ConsTANTINE IX (A.D. 1042-1055), A’ Tetarteron, bust of Con- 
stantine holding standard and orb, rev. bust of Christ 
(R.1986). Very fine and rare, struck on wide flan. 


Turopora (A.D. 1055-1056), AY Tetarteron, bust of Theodora, 
rev. bust of Christ (R.1996). Very fine and very rare. 


__.__N Nomisma, Theodora and the Virgin standing, holding 
labarum, vev. Christ standing (R.1997). Good very fine 
and rare. 


Lor 


13 


107* Isaac I (A.D. 1057-1059), A’ Tetarteron, Emperor standing 


facing, holding globe and sword, rev. bust of Christ 
(R.2006). Almost extremely fine and extremely rare. 


108* —— A’ Nomisma, Emperor facing holding labarum and sword, 


109 


110 


112 


113 


114 


115 


116 


117 


118 


rev. Christ enthroned (R.2008). Very fine and rare. 


CONSTANTINE X (A.D. 1059-1067), A’ Tetarteron, bust facing, rev. 
bust of Christ (R.2012). Very fine and rare. 


—— AN Nomisma, Emperor standing holding standard and orb, 
rev. Christ enthroned (R.2010). Good very fine. 


Eupocia with MicuaeEt VII and ConstTAnTINE (A.D. 1067), A’ 
Nomisma, Eudocia and her two sons standing facing, rev. 
Christ enthroned (R.2025). Nearly very fine and very rare. 


Romanus IV (A.D.1067-1071) with Eupocia, Micuaer VII, Con- 
STANTINE and AnpRonicus, A’ Nomisma, Christ standing be- 
tween Emperor and Empress, vev. Michael, Constantine and 
Andronicus standing facing (R.2026). Good very fine. 


A similar piece (R.2027). Very fine. 


Romanus IV and Evupocia, A Solidus, busts of Emperor and 
Empress facing, rev. bust of Christ (R.2028). Fine and 
very rare, but holed. 


MicHaEL VII (A.D. 1071-1078), A’ Nomisma, bust of Michael 
facing, holding standard and orb, rev. bust of Christ 
(R.2032). Very fine. 


MicuaeL VII and Maria, A Electrum Solidus, facing busts of 
Emperor and Empress, vev. bust of the Virgin holding 
medallion with bust of Christ (R.2044). Very fine and very 
rare. 


Joun II (A.D. 1118-1143), A’ Nomisma, busts of John and the 
Virgin holding patriarchal cross, rev. Christ enthroned 
(R.2094). Very fine and struck on large flan. 


—— AN Nomisma, standing figures of John and the Virgin, rev. 
Christ enthroned’ (R.2097). Almost very fine. 


150 


32 


30 


27 


70 


30 


23 


20 


20 


55 


26 


17 


34 


0 


Lor 


119 


120 


121 


122 


123 


126 


127 


131 


14 


MANUEL I (A.D. 1143-1180), A’ Nomisma, Emperor standing 
holding labarum and orb, rev. bust of Christ (R.2113). 
Very fine. 


Anpronicos I (A.D. 1180-1185), A’ Nomisma, Emperor and 
Christ standing facing, rev. the Virgin enthroned (R.—; 
cf. Wroth 1). Very fine and rare. 


Isaac II (A.D. 1185-1195), Electrum Nomisma, Isaac and the 
Archangel Michael standing facing, vev. the Virgin en- 
throned (R.2178). The rev. a litile double-struck, otherwise 
nearly extremely fine. 


A similar piece (R.2179). Very fine. 


EMPIRE OF NICEA. JOHN III (A.D. 1222-1254), A’ Nomisma, John 
and the Virgin standing facing, vev. Christ enthroned 
(R.2283). Very fine and rare. 


Anpronicos II (A.D. 1295-1320) with Micuaget IX, A’ Nomisma, 
Christ standing between the two Emperors, rev. the Virgin 
praying within the walls of Constantinople (R.2231). About 
very fine. 


A similar piece (R.2232). Small striking split, otherwise almost 
very fine. 


BYZANTINE SILVER 


AR Miliaresia of ConsTantTINE VII and Romanus II (R.1906), 
almost extremely fine; another of NicEpHorus II (R.1913), 
fine and scarce. 


JR Miliaresia of JoHN I (R.1919), very fine; another of ConsTAN- 
TINE IX (R.1989), fine and rare, but pierced, 


ROMAN REPUBLICAN SILVER 


Perrop II (circa 222-205 B.C.). AR Didrachm, head of Janus, 
rev. Jupiter in fast quadriga r., below ROMA incuse on raised 
tablet (S.64). Very fine and scarce. 


—— (circa 205-195 B.C.). R Victoriatus, head of Jupiter, laur., 
r., rev. Victory standing r., crowning a trophy, RoMA below 
(S.83). Nice portrait, almost extremely fine. 


Lor 


133 


134 


135 


136 


137 


138 


139 


140 


141 


15 


Periop III (circa 187-155 B.C.), AR Denarii, Anonymous (S. 140, 
214), very fine and fine; PERrtop IV (circa 155-120 B.C.), 
Series 12, AR Denarius (S.322), very fine and scarce. 


Periop III and IV, AR Denarii with head of Roma, rev. Dioscuri 
(3), Victory in biga r. (2) (S. 263, 265, 322, 340, 376), ail 
fine and better; Series 15, circa 145-1388 B.C., with 
moneyers, including P. Sulla (S. 382, 384, 386), fine to very 


fine. 


PeriopD IV, Series 15, AR Denarii (S. 388, 390, 391, 392, 395, 
399, 404); Series 16, circa 187-134 B.C. (S. 406, 408, 409, 
421, 423). Fine to very fine. 


—— Series 17, circa 135-126 B.C., AR Denarii (S. 425, 427, 432, 
434, 436, 441, 443, 444, 445, 450, 451). Two scarce, mostly 
very fine. 


—— Series 18, circa 133-126 B.C., AR Denarii (S. 455, 459, 461, 
468, 470), first two very fine, others fine; Series 19, circa 
125-120 B.C. (S.472, 475, 477, 478, 480, 483, 485, 
Transitional issues S. 487, 489), mostly very fine, the last 
extremely fine. 


Perron V (circa 119-91 B.C.), AX Denarius, C. ABuRIUS GEMINUS, 
head of Roma r., on 1. GEM, vev. Mars in quadriga r. 
(S. 490). Extremely fine, nicely toned. 


—— Series 20, circa 119-110 B.C., AR Denarii (S. 490, 492, 494, 
496, 500, 502, 505, 507, 513, 514, 516, 517). Fine to very 
fine, several better. 


—— Series 21, circa 113-109 B.C., AR Denarii (S. 519, 528), 
fine; Series 22, circa 110-108 B.C. (S. 527, 529, 530), fine, 
the last very fine; Series 23, circa 109-100 B.C. (S. 531, 
532, 534, 535, 537, 539, 540, 541a), first four very fine, 
others fine. 


—— Series 24, circa 109-104 B.C., AR Denarii, P. NERvA, bust of 
Roma 1., vev. citizen voting (S. 548), good very fine; Cn. 
Brasio, helmeted head r. (Scipio?), rev. Jupiter between 
Juno and Minerva (S. 56la), fine and scarce; L. Cagstus, 
youthful bust of Vejovis l., vev. the two Lares seated r. on 
rocks (S. 564), very fine, struck on large flan; M. HEREN- 
Nius, Pietas r., vev. naked youth r., carrying father 
(S. 567a), about very fine. 


12 


11 


14 


12 


13 


36 


60 


105 


72 


48 


55 


26 


0) 


0 


0 


60 


60 


70 


100 


60 


13 


58 


Lot 


142 


144 


146 


147 


148 


149 


150 


151 


16 


Series 24, AR Denarii (S.546, 548, 550); Series 25, circa 
109-100 B.C. (S. 554, 555, 558, 559, 561c, 563, 565, 567, 
567a). Fine to very fine. 


Series 26, circa 106-104 B.C., AR Denarii (S. 569, 570, 570a 
(2)); Series 27, circa 103-101 B.C. (S.572, 574, 576, 576a, 
576b). Mostly very fine. 


Series 28, circa 100-91 B.C., AR Denarius, L. SaTURNINUS, 
head of Roma 1., rev. Saturn in quadriga r., holding falx., 
IN €X. L. SATVRN (S. 578). Extremely fine and nicely toned. 


Series 28, AR Denarii (S.578, 580 (rave), 582, 582a, 589, 
592, 593, 594, 595) and! a IR Quinarius (S. 588). Mostly 
very fine. 


Series 29, circa 100-95 B.C., AR Denarii (S. 598, 599, 601, 
602); Series 30, circa 96-91 B.C. (S. 603, 604, 607, 61la, 
613, 615, 615a), and AR Anonymous Quinarii (S. 609a, 610). 
Mostly very fine, several scarce. 


Pertop VI (circa 90-79 B.C.). The Social War. Series 32, circa 


90-85 B.C., Rome mint (S.644a, 646a), auxiliary Italian 
mint (S. 661, 665, 683b, 684, 684b, 691, 692). Fine to very 
fine, two extremely fine. 


Series 32 (cont.), AX Denarius, D. Junius SALANUS (90-89 
B.C.), head of Roma r., vev. Victory in biga r., Xx above, 
D. SILANVS L.F. ROMA in ex. (S.646). Extremely fine and 
toned. 


Series 32 (cont.), Rome issues, AX Denar (S. 698, 698a, 
699, 702, 705, 712), auxiliary Italian mint (S. 713c, 714a); 
restored issues, circa 85 B.C. (S.718), fine to very fine, 
several scarce; AX Quinarius, L. Rusrius DossEnus (87-86 
B.C.), head of Neptune r., rev. Victory r., circle altar 
around which a serpent is entwined (S. 708), very fine and 
toned. 


Series 33, circa 85-83 B.C., AR Denarii (S. 723, 724, 728, 
728b, 728c, 732, 735). Mostly very fine, several better. 


Series 34, circa 82-80 B.C., AR Denarius of Rome mint, 
L. Censorinus, P. Crepusius, C. Limetanus (circa 82-81 
B.C.), bust of Venus r., rev. Venus in biga r., above 
cxxxm (S.736a). Rev. a little off-centre, otherwise very 
fine, nice style. 


12 


10 


13 


10 


Lot 


152 


153 


157 


158 


159 


17 


Series 34, AR Denarius, P. Crepusius (circa 82-81 B.C.), 
head of Apollo r., rev. horseman galloping r., hurling spear, 
above CCXII, P. CREPVSI in ex. (S. 738a). Almost extremely 
fine. 


Series 34 (cont.), AX Denarii, C. Marius C.f. Capito (circa 
79 B.C.), bust of Ceres, behind capir. cxx1, rev. ploughman 
driving oxen |., Cxxt above (S. 744b), very fine and toned; 
A. Postumius A.f.S.n. ALBINUS (circa 79 B.C.), head of 
Hispania r., veiled, rev. togate figure standing |. raising r. 
hand over standard (S. 746), almost extremely fine and 
toned. 


Series 34 (cont.), AX Denarii (S. 737, 738a, 739, 740 (rare, 
numeral xxv), 741, 742, 742a, 744 (2, numerals xxxv and 
Cxvim), 746). Mostly very fine, several scarce. 


Series 36, circa 85-74 B.C.), Military issues, AX Denarii, 
Gaulish issue, C. VALERTUS FLaccus (S. 747); Spanish issues, 
C. Anntus with L. Fasrus L.f. Hisp (S. 748), Q. CaEciLius 
METELLUus (S. 750 and 751), CnaEus Lentutus (S. 752) (2). 
Fine, the last very fine and micely toned; all scarce. 


Series 36 (cont.), Military issues, AR Denarii, Eastern issues 
of Sulla, Anonymous, circa 85 B.C., head of Venus r., rev. 
double cornucopize (S. 755), very fine and scarce; L. MAn- 
Lius and L. Sutia (S. 757), very fine; L. SuLta, head of 
Venus r., vev. implements and trophies, above IMPER, above 
ITERVM (S.761), obv. a little off-centre, very fine. 


Periop VII (circa 78-55 B.C.), Series 37, circa 78-77 B.C., AR 


Denarii (S. 768, 769, 769b (2, numerals Limi and Lxvii). 
770 (CXxxvul), 770a (XxI), 772, 773). Very fine to ex- 
tremely fine. 


—— Series 37, AR Denarius, L. Procitiws, head of Jupiter r., 


rev. Juno Sospita standing r. hurling spear and holding 
shield, L. PRocILI (S.771). Extremely fine, sharp portrait. 


—_— Series 38, circa 76-71 B.C., AX Denarii (S. 774, 777, 779, 


780, 781, 781a, 782, 783, 784, 785, 787 (2), 788, 789, 789a, 
790). Mostly very fine, several scarce. 


10 


16 


75 


34 


34 


65 


25 


155 


99 


170 


30 


34 


26 


0) 


Lor 


160 


161 


162 


163 


164 


165 


166 


167 


168 


18 


Series 39, circa 70-68 B.C., Provincial mint, AX Denarius, 
Q. Furrus KALEnus, jugate heads of Honos and Virtus r., 
rev. Roma standing |., extending her r. hand to Italia 
standing r., behind winged caduceus (S.797). Extremely 
fine and toned. 


A similar piece (S. 797), rev. a little off-centre, otherwise 
very fine; another, MANtus AguILLtus, bust of Virtus r., dr., 
wearing crested helmet, vev. Consul Mn. Aquillius raising 
kneeling figure of Sicily (S. 798), extremely fine. 


Series 40, circa 68-55 B.C., ARR Denarii (S. 805, 807, 808, 
809, 810, 813, 820, 833, 834, 835). Mostly very fine, some 
scarce. 


Series 40 (cont.), AR Denarii of P. Gara (circa 65 B.C.), 
head of Vesta veiled r., vev. sacrificial implements (S. 838 
and 839). Both extremely fine and scarce. 


Series 40 (cont.), AR Denarius of C. Consrmprus Nonranus 
(circa 63-62 B.C.), bust of Venus Erycina r., rev. temple on 
summit of rocky mountain surrounded by wall with gate and 
towers (S. 886). Extremely fine, nicely toned, rare. 


Series 40 (cont.), AR Denarii, C. SERVEILIUS, head of Flora 
r., rev. two soldiers standing facing each other, armed with 
shields and short swords (S. 890), good very fine; L. Furtus 
Broccuus, bust of Ceres 7., rev. curule chair (S. 902), 
about extremely fine; C. Hosinws c.f. Gera, bust of Diana 
r., vev. Calydonian boar r. (S.903), extremely fine and 
toned. 


Series 40 (cont.), AX Denarius of Q. Pomperus Rurus (circa 
59 B.C.), head of Consul Rufus r., rev. bare head of Sulla 
r. (S. 908). Very fine and rare. 


Series 40 (cont.), AX Denarius of L. Roscrus Faratus (circa 
58 B.C.), head of Juno Sospita r. wearing goat-skin, rev. girl 
standing r. feeding serpent (S.915). Mint state and nicely 
toned, 


Series 40 (cont.), AX Denarii of Q. Cassius (circa 57 B.C.), 
head of Bonus Eventus r., rev. eagle standing r. on thunder- 
bolt (S. 916); another, head of Vesta r., veiled and diad., 
rev. domed temple of Vesta (S.917). Extremely fine and 
very fine, scarce. 


10 


Lor 


169 


170 


171 


173 


176 


ve 


178 


179 


19 


—— Series 40 (cont.), AR Denarius of L. Scripontus Lrso 
(55 B.C.), head of Bonus Eventus r., vev. well-head with 
festoon between two lyres (S. 928). Practically mint state. 


—— Series 40 (cont.), AX Denarii (S. 850, 879, 885, 900, 902, 
903, 905, 906, 907, 909). Mostly very fine, several scarce. 


—— Series 40 (cont.), AR Denarii (S.910a, 911, 911b, 913, 915, 
919, 920, 922, 926, 928). Very fine and better, some scarce. 


Pertop VIII (circa 54-44 B.C.), Series 41, 54-45 B.C., Regular 
issue of Rome, AR Denarius of L. Cassius Lonainus (circa 
52-50 B.C.), head of Vesta 1., veiled and diad., rev. togate 
figure standing 1. dropping tablet into cista (S. 935). Ex- 
tremely fine. 


—— Series 41 (cont.), AX Denarius of D. Postumrus ALBINUS 
Bruti f (49-48 B.C.), head of Pietas r., rev. two right hands 
clasping winged caduceus (S. 942). Almost extremely fine. 


—— Series 41 (cont.), AX Denarius of C. Vistus Pansa and 
ALBINUS Bruti f (49-48 B.C.), mask of Pan, bearded, r., 
rev. two right hands clasping winged caduceus (S. 944). 
Very fine and scarce. 


—— Series 41 (cont.), AX Denarius of C. Visrus Pansa (circa 
48 B.C.), head of young Bacchus r., vev. Ceres walking r., 
holding torch in each hand, before her a plough (S. 946). 
Almost extremely fine and toned. 


—— Series 41 (cont.), a similar piece, mask of Pan, bearded, r., 
vev. Jupiter Axurus seated |. (S. 948). Extremely fine. 


—— Series 41 (cont.), AX Denarius of L. Hostiius SASERNA 
(circa 48 B.C.), head of Gaul (Vercingetorix) r. with pointed 
beard and flowing hair, vev. naked warrior in biga r. 
(S. 952). Fine portrait, almost extremely fine and rare. 


— Series 41 (cont.), AX Denarius of Autus Licintus NERvA 
(circa 47 B.C.), head of Fides r., rev. horseman galloping r., 
looking back and dragging captive by hair (S. 954). Very 
fine and scarce. 


—— Series 41 (cont.), AR Denarius of L. PLautius PLancus (circa 
47 B.C.), mask of Medusa facing, rev. Aurora, winged, 
flying r., and leading the four horses of the sun (S. 959). 
Rev. a little off-centre, otherwise in mint state and scarce. 


10 


36 


10 


14 


14 


48 


13 


30 


0 


0 


26 


21 


90 


22 


30 


11 


12 


11 


26 


27 


0 


Lot 


180 


181 


182 


183 


184 


185 


186 


187 


189 


190 


20 


A similar piece with larger head (S.959b). Rev. off-centre, 
extremely fine and scarce. 


Series 41 (cont.), AX Denarius of C. Antius Resrio (circa 
46 B.C.), head of the Tribune Restio r., rev. Hercules walk- 


ing r. holding club and trophy (S.970). Very fine and 
scarce. 


Series 41 (cont.), AR Denarii (S.929, 932, 933, 935, 938, 
939, 943, 949, 951, 953). Very fine, some scarce. 


Series 41 (cont.), AR Denarii (S. 964, 976a, 976c, 977, 978, 
982b, 983, 985, 994, 998). Mostly very fine, several scarce. 


Series 42, 54-44 B.C., issues of Julius Cesar and his 
adherents, AR Denarius, C. Juttus Cazsar (50 B.C.), head of 
Pietas r., rev. trophy of Gallic arms between CAE SAR 
(S.1009; C.18). Evtremely fine. 


AR Denarius, C. JuLtus Casar (circa 48 B.C.), head of 
Venus r., rev. Aeneas walking |. bearing Anchises on his 
shoulder, on r. CAESAR (S. 1013; C. 12). Nicely struck and 
extremely fine. 


AR Denarius, C. JuLtus Cesar (circa 47 B.C.), bust of 
Venus r., rev. trophy of arms, below two captives, CAESAR 
in ex. (S. 1014; C. 13). Fine. 


AR Denarius, C. JuLtus Cassar (46 B.C.), head of Ceres r., 
vec. sacrificial implements, below PONT. MAX., above AVGVR 
(S. 1023; C. 4). Very fine and toned. 


Series 43, Pompey the Great and the Coinage of Pompeians, 
AR Denarius, L. Cornettus LentuLus and C, Craupius 
MarceELtus (49 B.C.), head of Apollo r., rev. Jupiter 
(S. 1030). Very fine. 


Series 43 (cont.), AX Denarius, Cn. CaLpurnius Piso (49 
B.C.), head of Numa Pompilius r., vev. prow r., above 
MAGN, below PRO. cos. (S. 1032; C. 4). Very fine and rare. 


Series 43 (cont.), AX Denarius, M. Posiicius and Cn. Pom- 
perus Macnus (46-45 B.C.), head of Roma r., wearing 
crested helmet, vev. Hispania standing r. presenting palm- 
branch to Cn. Pompey, who stands on prow of ship, below 
and on r. CN. MAGNVS IMP. (S. 1035; C.1). Very fine and 
scarce. 


10 


10 


Lor 


191 


192 


193 


194 


195 


196 


197 


198 


199 


_—_—— 


21 


Series 43 (cont.), AX Denarius, Q. Merettus Pius Scipio 
(47-46 B.C.), head of Jupiter r., rev. elephant walking r., 
above scipio, below rmp. (S. 1046). Almost very fine. 


Series 43 (cont.), AR Denarius, Q. METELLUs Scipio and M. 
Eppius (47-46 B.C.), head of Africa r., on 1. SCIPIO IMP., On 
r. Q. METELL., rev. Hercules standing facing, on |. LEG. F.C., 
on r. EPPIVS (S. 1051). Fine and rare. 


—— Series 43 (cont.), AR Denarius, M. Porcrus Cato (47-46 


B.C.), bust of Libertas r., M. CATO PRO. PR., rev. Victory 
seated r., VIC TRIX in ex. (S. 1052). About extremely fine 
and nicely toned. 


Periop IX (circa 44-28 B.C.). Issues between the death of 


Cesar and the triumph of Octavian. Series 44, circa 44-37 
B.C., AR Denarius, L. FLaminms CuILo (circa 42 B.C.), 
head of Venus r., rev. Victory in biga r., below L. FLAMIN., 
CHILO in ex. (S. 1088). A little off-centre, very fine and 
scarce. 


Series 44 (cont.), AX Denarius, L. Mussrprus Loncus (circa 
42 B.C.), head of Concordia r., vev. platform with balus- 
trade, inscribed CLOACIN, on it are two statues of Venus, 
above L. MVSSIDIVS LONGVS (S. 1093). Extremely fine and 
toned. 


Series 44 (cont.), AX Denarius, L. LivinErs REGULUS 
(circa 42 B.C.), head of Lucius Regulus, the Praetor, r., 
rev. curule chair between six fasces, above L. LIVINEIVS, 
below REGVLVS (S. 1109). Very fine, toned and scarce. 


Series 44 (cont.), AX Denarius, L. Livinerus REGUuLUus (circa 
42 B.C.), head of Regulus r., vev. combat with wild beasts, 
L. REGVLVS in ex. (S. 1112). About fine and rare. 


Series 44 (cont.), AX Denarius, C. Vistus Varus (circa 39 
B.C.), head of Bacchus r., vev. panther springing 1. towards 
altar, in ex. C. VIBIVS, on r. VARVS (S. 1138), rev. off- 
centre, extremely fine; another, bust of Minerva r., rev. 
Hercules standing ]., on r. C. vIBIVS, on 1. vaRvs (S. 1140), 
about very fine. 


Series 44 (cont.), AX Denarius, P. AccoLetus LariscoLus 
(circa 37 B.C.), bust of Acca Larentia r., P. ACCOLEIVS 
LARISCOLVS, rev. three statues of the Numphaze Querquetu- 
lane facing (S. 1148). Very fine and scarce. 


21 


22 


19 


28 


16 


11 


46 


17 


32 


17 


18 


32 


21 


54 


Lor 


200 


201 


202 


203 


204 


205 


206 


207 


208 


209 


210 


22 


—— Series 44 (cont.), AR Denarius, Pettus CaPiroLrnus (circa 
37 B.C.), head of Jupiter r., rev. hexastyle temple, PETIL- 
LIVS in ex. (S. 1149), off-centre, otherwise good very fine; 
another, eagle with spread wings, above PErILLIVS, below 
CAPITOLINVS, rev. hexastyle temple, s.F. either side 
(S. 1151), very fine and scarce. 


—— Series 45, circa 43-31 B.C., Provincial and Military issues 
of M. Antony, AR Denarius, M. Antontus (circa 42 B.C.), 
head of Antony r., bare, with beard, rev. head of Sol 
radiate r., M. ANTONIVS III VIR. R.P.C. (S.1170; C. 68). 
Very fine and toned. 


—— Series 45 (cont.), AR Denarius, M. Antontus, M. BarBarius 
and Octavian (41 B.C.), head of Antony r., rev. head of 
Octavian r. (S. 1181; C.8). Very fine. 


—— Series 47, circa 41-28 B.C., Provincial and Military issues 
of Octavian, AR Denarius (41 B.C.), head of Octavian r., 
C. CAESAR IMP., rev. equestrian statue of Octavian 1., s.c. 
in ex. (S. 1318). A little off-centre, extremely fine and rare. 


Aucustus (27 B.C.-A.D. 14), AR Denarius, helmeted head of 
Mars r., rev. buckler ornamented with star, CAESAR above 
(C.44). Very fine, sharp obv., rare. 


—— AR Denarii, laur. head r., rev. Caius and Lucius standing 
with spears and shield (C.43), fine; another, bare head r., 
rev. Pax standing 1. (C.69), fine, but abrasions in field. 


—— A Denarii, head of Venus r., vev. Augustus standing 1. 
(C.70); another, bare head of Augustus r., vev. tetrastyle 
temple (S. 1338; C.90). Both fine and scarce. 


—— AR Denarius, bare head r., vev. bull charging r., IMP. x. in 
ex. (C. 187). Very fine. 


—— /R Denarius, bare head r., rev. Apollo standing |., IMP. x., 
in ex. AcT (C. 144). Very fine, good portrait. 


—— /R Denarius, bare head r., rev. capricorn and globe r. 
(C. 147). Nearly extremely fine and scarce. 


—— AR Denarius, laur. head r., rev. circular temple of Mars, 
MAR—Vs cither side (C. 190). Practically mint state, 


23 
Lor 


211 —— A Denarius, bare head r., rev. OB CIVIS SERVATOS in wreath 
(C. 208). Almost extremely fine and scarce. 


212 —— A Denarius, bare head 1., rev. trophy surmounting pile of 
arms, P. CARISIVS LEG. PRO. PR. (C. 402). Very fine and 
rare. 

INTERVAL 


Sale recommences at 1 p.m. precisely 


221 Thrace, Lysimachus (323-281 B.C.), Stater of late barbaric style, 
on seat TO (town of Tomis), in ex. trident, has been mounted 
and gilt; Byzantine \A4 (2). 


bo 
t 


22 Macedon, Alexander the Great, Stater, cornucopia and penta- 
gram to left of Nike, mint of Abydos (Muller 381). Scratches 
in field on obverse, otherwise almost very fine. 


223 Marcian (A.D. 450-457), Solidus (R.213). Very fine. 


224 Maurice Tiberius (A.D. 582-602), Solidus, mint of Carthage, 
Indiction 4 (R.1020 var.). Extremely fine and rare. 


225 —— Solidi (2), the first a lightweight (R.1000), very fine, and 
(R.1012), fair. 


226 Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine (A.D. 613-630), Solidi (2), 
officina € (R.1359) and H (R.—). Very fine. 


227 Byzantine Solidi (2), Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Herac- 
leonas (R.1496 var.), and Constans II, Constantine IV, 
Heraclius and Tiberius (R.1605 var.). Very fine. 

228 Constantine IV (A.D. 668-680), Solidus (R.1647 var.). 

229 John I (A.D. 969-976), Solidus (R.1917). Very fine. 

230 Constantine X (A.D. 1059-1067), Nomismata (2), seated figure 


of Christ, rev. standing figure of Constantine (R.2010). Ex- 
tremely fine and very fine. 


46 


30 


78 


30 


38 


21 


30 


34 


30 


30 


40 


0 


0 


0 


0 


0 


0) 


25 


30 


18 


22 


28 


26 


20 


42 


125 


98 


Lor 


231 


236 


237 


238 


239 


240 


241 


2492 


24 


Romanus IV with Eudocia, Michael VII, Constantine and 
Andronikos (A.D. 1067-1071), Nomisma (R.2027). Ex- 
tremely fine. 


—— Nomismata (2). Very fine. 


Michael VII (A.D. 1071-1078), Nomismata (2), bust of Christ, 
rev. bust of Michael (R.2032). About extremely fine. 


Michael VII (A.D. 1071-1078), Nomisma (R.2032), together with 
a Nomisma of Andronikos II and Michael IX (R.2230). 
Very fine. 


Nicephorus III (A.D. 1078-1081), Nomisma, seated figure of 
Christ, rev. standing figure of Nicephorus (R.2051). Scarce 
and very fine. 


—— Nomisma (2), as above. Scarce and very fine. 


John II (A.D. 1118-1143), electrum Nomisma (R.2098 var.), and 
an electrum Nomisma of Manuel I (R.2118). Both very fine. 


Focas (A.D. 602-610), Solidus (R.1187), together with Tremisses 
of Maurice Tiberius and Constans II (2). All about fine. 


Constans (A.D. 337-350), Solidus, diademed and draped bust 
right, rev. Victory seated right inscribing on shield sup- 
ported by Genius, mint of Antioch. Pierced and plugged, 
about very fine. 


*.’ An interesting coin showing the use by Constans of a reverse 
die of Constantius II of the concurrent issue. The shield has 
been recut from VOT XV MVLT XX to VOT X MVLT X. 


Alexius I (A.D. 1081-1118), electrum Scyphate, seated figure of 
Christ, rev. bust of Alexius (R.2061). Very rare and about 
very fine. 


Lydia, temp. Alyattes (610-561 B.C.), electrum Third-Stater, 
head of lion right, vev. double incuse square (cf. Boston 
1764). Rare and very fine. 


Constans, as Augustus, Solidus, bust r., rev. two Victories hold- 
ing wreath, VOT X MVLT Xx, in ex. TR. Almost extremely 


fine. 


Lor 


243 


245 


251 


252 


253 


254 


255 


256 


257 


25 


——— Solidus, FL IVL CONSTANS P F AVG, rev. Emperor with two 
captives, VIRTVS EXERCITVM, in ex. TES. Almost extremely 


fine. 


Arcadius (A.D. 395-408), Solidus, cuir. bust three-quarter right, 
vev. AVCC€, Constantinople standing facing (Ratto 40 
var.). About very fine. 


Theodosius II (A.D. 408-450), Solidus, cuir. bust three-quarter 
right, yeu. VOT XXX—MVLT xxxx 9, Constantinople stand- 
ing left (Ratto 176). About extremely fine. 


Greece, Corinth (400-344 B.C.), AR Stater, Pegasus 1.; Croton 
(550-480 B.C.), AR Stater, tripod, sl. to r.; Metapontum 
(350-330 B.C.), AR Stater, ear of corn; Amisus, AR Drachm, 
owl on shield; Argos, AX Hemidrachm, forepart of wolf. 
Scarce, fine. 


Macedon, Alexander III (336-323 B.C.), AR Tetradrachm; Mace- 
don under Roman rule, AR Tetradrachm of Aesillas (92-88 
B.C.), club between Quaestor’s chair and money chest; 
Pergamum (123-67 B.C.), AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm; 
Thasos (after 146 B.C.), AR Tetradrachm, Hercules with 
club and lion-skin. Fine. 


Roman Republic, Ist Period (circ. 241-222 B.C.), AR Didrachm, 
head of Mars r. wearing crested helmet, vev. head of horse 
r., below ROMA (S.24). Very fine and rare. 


—— Pompey the Great (48 B.C.), AR Denarius struck by Sextus 
Pompey (42-38 B.C.), bare head of Pompey the Great r., 
vev. Neptune standing 1. between Anapias and Amphinomus, 
PREF. CLAS. ET ORAZ. MARIT. EX S.C. (5.1344). Extremely 
fine and rare. 


— Julius Cesar (44 B.C.), AR Denarius, diad. head of Venus 
r., vev. CAESAR, Aeneas walking 1. carrying Anchises 
(S.1013). Very fine. 


Roman Empire, Tiberius and Augustus, billon Tetradrachm of 
Alexandria, laur. head of Tiberius |., vev. radiate head of 
Augustus r. Nice portraits, very fine. 


— Lucilla (wife of Lucius Verus), AR Denarius, dr. bust r., 
vev. IVNONI LVCINAE, Juno seated |. holding flower and 
infant (C.36; R.I.C.‘770). Very fine and scarce. 


110 


28 


38 


34 


26 


56 


100 


24 


34 


10 


0 


34 


30 


90 


26 


20 


0 


0) 


260 


261 


262 


263 


264 


26 


AR Denarii (11), Marc Antony, Legionary issue, fair; Ves- 
pasian; Nerva (C.48), very fine; Trajan (3); Hadrian; 
Sabina; Faustina I; Lucius Verus; Faustina II; Republican 
® Quinarius, Roma r., chipped, fine. 


AR Denarii (12), Sept. Severus (2); Geta; Caracalla (5), one 
pierced; Plautilla; Julia Maesa; Elagabalus, Eastern mint, 
scarce; Maximinus I. All different, mostly very fine. 


AR Antoniniani (7), Philip I (2); Trajan Decius; Her. Etrus- 
cilla; Herennius as Cesar; Treb. Gallus; Volusian as 
Augustus; billon and 42 Antoniniani (12), Valerian I to 
Max. Hercules, including Quintillus, Aurelian, Severina. 
Several scarce, fine to very fine. 


AR and billon Antoniniani (12), Otacilia Severa; Philip II; 
Her. Etruscilla; Herennius as Cesar; Postumus; Valerian I; 
Salonina; Quintillus; Severina; Probus (2); Carinus. Very 
fine and better. 


Ai Antoniniani, Aurelian and Vabalathus (C.1); Tacitus 
(C.57); Florian (C.75), scarce, all very fine; Carausius. 
London mint (cf. R.I.C.99); Alectus, PAX AVG., no mint 
mark, both fine and scarce. 


AS Greek (2), fine; Roman Imperial Tetradrachms of Alexandria 


(4), Nero, head of Alexandria r.; Hadrian, Emperor re- 
ceiving ears of corn from Alexandria, nice portrait; Carus, 
flaming altar; Numerian, Athena seated; Ai Quadrans, 
Caligula, cap of Liberty (C.6); Claudius (2), modius (C.72), 
hand holding scales (C.73); and a small Imperial bronze of 
Tarraco. Very fine. 


Roman Republic, 4! As, Period III (187-155 B.C.), head of 


anus laur., vev. prow of ship r., ROMA below (S.143; 
B.M.C. 217). Fine, green patina, scarce. 


Roman Empire, 4% Sestertius, Divus Augustus, shield inscribed 


OB. CIVES SER. in wreath supported by two capricorns, rev. 
legend around S.C. (C. Aug. 303; R.I.C. Tib. 41). Very 


fine. 


JB Sestertius, Diadumenian (A.D. 218), bare head, dr. bust 
r., rev. PRINC. IVVENTVTIS, Diadumenian standing facing, 
holding standard and sceptre, on r. two standards (C.7; 
R.I.C. 211). Good portrait, crack in flan, fine and rare. 


12 


19 


12 


10 


1 


Lot 


267 


268 


272 


273 


27 


AS Sestertius, Severus Alexander (A.D. 222-235), laur. head 
r., YeU, SPES PVBLICA, Spes walking |. (C.548; R.I.C. 648). 
Very fine. 


Ai Sestertius, Balbinus (A.D. 238), laur. dr, bust r., rev. 
PROVIDENTIA DEORVM, Providentia standing |. (C.24; R.I.C. 
19). Very fine and rare. 


AX Sestertius, Gordian III (A.D. 238-244), laur. dr. bust r., 
veU. MARTEM PROPVGNATORVM, Mars advancing r. holding 
shield and spear (C.161; R.I.C. 333). Scarce, almost ex- 
tremely fine, reverse a little double-struck. 


Aa Sestertii, Domitian; Trajan, Emperor seated on platform, 
rare; Hadrian, Emperor on horseback, scarce; Ant. Pius, 
Emperor seated on platform distributing gifts, rare; Marcus 
Aurelius; Divus Verus, funeral pyre (2); Julia Domna as 
Mater Augustii, Mater Senatus, etc., scarce. Mostly scarce 
types, fair to fine. 


A& Sestertii, Severus Alexander, Sol; Maximinus I, Pax; 
Balbinus, Emperor standing |.; Philip I, Annona; Otacilia 
Severa, Pietas; Hostilian, Apollo; Volusian, Concordia. 
Several scarce, fine to very fine. 


AS Aes, Augustus, bare head r. (C.437); another of Lug- 
dunum, laur. head r. (C.240); Augustus and Agrippa, Pro- 
vincial As of Nemousus (C.7), an interesting barbarous piece 
of light weight; Agrippa, struck by Tiberius, head 1. (C.3); 
Caligula, Vesta seated 1. (C.27); Claudius, Liberty standing 
r. (C.47); Nero, Victory advancing 1. (C.288). Mostly very 
fine. 


4 Dupondius, Julia Titi (daughter of Titus), dr. bust r., 
rev. Vesta seated ]., in ex. vEsTA (C.18; R.I.C. 180). Dark 
patina, fine and rare. 


’.’ Ex George Bauer Collection, 1963 (lot 1217). 


A As, Nerva (A.D. 96-98), laur. head r., rev. CONCORDIA 
EXERCITVVM, clasped hands (C.21; R.I.C.79). Very fine 
and scarce. 


Ai Aes, Domitian, Emperor sacrificing, temple behind; 
Trajan, pile of arms; Aelius, Concordia seated 1.; Ant. Pius, 
elephant r.; Ant. Pius, Victory 1.; Julia Domna, Felicity; 
Caracalla, Victory. Several scarce, fine and better. 


ba | 


34 


22 


30 


44 


55 


30 


16 


38 


50 


24 


30 


10 


12 


48 


30 


30 


278 


279 


280 


281 


282 


283 


284 


285 


286 


—— -% Aes and Dupondii, Augustus to Aurelian, all different, 
including several scarce types. Mostly fine. 


——  Folles, Diocletian, Max. Hercules, Constantius I as 
Cesar (2), Galerius as Cesar (2), Maxentius (2), Maximinus 
Daza (2), Licinius I (2), various mints and types. Fine to 
very fine. 


—— Double Cententionalis, Magnentius, rev. Christogram; 
4E Cententionales (3), Constantius II, Theodosius the Great, 
Honorius, scarce; A® third brass, Constantine the Great and 
family (11), Licinius I and Licinius II (3), Commemorative 
(3), Valentinian I. Fine and better. 


# Byzantine, various denominations, including Honorius, Herac- 
lus, Michael IV, and Follis of Justin II and Sophia. Some 


fine. 


Domitian (A.D. 81-96), A® Sestertius, laur. head r., rev. GER- 
MANIA CAPTA, trophy of arms, captive male standing r., 
female captive seated ]. (C.136; R.I.C. 2784). Almost very 
fine and rare. 


Commodus (A.D. 180-192), AZ Sestertius, Annona standing 1. 
(C.15), about fine; another, PROVIDENTIAE AVG., Hercules 
standing |., foot on prow, receiving corn-ears from Africa 
(C.644; R.I.C. 641), fine and rare. 


Augustus (27 B.C.-A.D. 14), ZZ As, struck after death, radiate 
head 1., DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER, rev. altar (C.228), good 
portrait, very fine; AS Folles of Constantius Chlorus as 
Cesar, Treveri; Severus II as Cesar, Lugdunum, scarce. 
Fine. 


Roman Imperial, AR and A® (68), in packets described. Fair to 
fine. 


__— J Sestertii (27), Trajan (3), Hadrian (8), Ant. Pius (6), M. 
Aurelius (3), Faustina (3), Lucilla, Commodus, Sev. Alex- 
ander, Maximinus I, poor; and 24 copies of Roman At and 
medallions, including six of the twelve Caesars, fair to fine. 


__— First, second and third brass, including some Colonial pieces. 
Fair. 


__— Second brass, including barbarous copies of Claudius. Fair. 


14 


12 


22 


22 


68 


51 


115 
40 


Lor 


287 


291 


293 


294 


bo 
co 
on 


296 


297 


298 


299 


300 


301 


302 


29 


Republican and Imperial, AR Denarii (7), Antoniniani and Roman 
AE, third and fourth brass (138). Fair. 


Lucania, Sybaris, AX Stater, c. 560-510 B.C., bull standing left, 
looking back, rev. same design in incuse (B.M.C. 1). About 
fine, rare. 


—— Velia, AR Didrachm, c. 400-350 B.C., helmeted head of 
Athena left, rev. lion walking left (B.M.C. 60 var.). Very 
fine. 


Macedon, Philip II (359-336 B.C.), AR Tetradrachm, rev. jockey 
with palm on horse right, together with two Danubian 
Celtic imitations. All fine. 


—— Celtic copy of Tetradrachm of Philip II, laureate head left, 
vev. horse and rider right, ATTA below. Very fine and rare. 


—— Another. Fine and rare. 


—— A similar coin but reads around ADNA—AA-TI-O-Y 
on reverse. Very fine and rare. 


—— A similar coin but reads Nem below horse on reverse. Very 
fine except for deep cut mark ow reverse, rare. 


Attica, Athens (6), Tetradrachms (2), Drachm, Hemidrachm and 
new style Tetradrachms (2). All about fine. 


Caria, Cnidas, AR Drachm, c. 500-480 B.C., forepart of lion right, 
vev. head of Aphrodite right in incuse square (cf. Boston 
Syll. 1987). About very fine. 


Ancient Greek silver coins (19), including pieces of Metapontum 
(5), Tarentum (5), Poisedonia (2), Croton, Thurium, Velia, 
Corinth and Anactorium. Mostly about fine to very fine. 


Ancient Greek silver coins (20), including pieces of Akragas, 
Massalia (2), Corinth (2), Tarentum (2), Neapolis (2), and 
others. Mostly fine. 


Ancient Greek silver (26), including Velia (2), Tarentum (2), 
Corinth (2), Metapontum (2), Phokis, and others. Mostly 
about fine. 


140 


19 


20 


26 


48 


36 


40 


66 


28 


18 


150 


100 


80 


60 


90 


90 


68 


75 


28 


44 


26 


72 


10 


0 


Lot 


303 


304 


305 


306 


307 


308 


310 


311 


312 
313 


314 


315 


316 


30 


Ancient Greek Tetradrachms (10), Alexander III (2), Antiochus I, 
Thasos (2), Lysimachus, Tyre, Side (2, one mounted and 
gut), and Macedon. Mostly about fine. 


Ancient Greek copper (51). Mostly fine to very fine. 
—— A similar lot (53). 


AR Athens, Tetradrachm (c. 300 B.C.), good but cleaned; Mace- 
don, Alexander III, Tetradrachm, M below throne, symbol 
eagle (Babylon), about very fine. 


Macedon, Tetradrachms of Philip II, horseman left; Alexander 
III, both about very fine; other ancient AR (8), AZ (10); 
Indian AR (1), AS (1); copy of Cistophorus of Antioch. 


Ancient coins, mostly Roman Ai (114), a few in envelopes 
described. Many fine. 


Ancient A% (393), mostly Roman, a few in envelopes with descrip- 
tions. 


Byzantine Az (32), in envelopes identified. Some fine. 


Miscellaneous ancient coins, mostly Roman, A (20), Au (42). 
A few fine. 


Miscellaneous ancient coins, mostly Greek AE (46). Some fine. 


/R Macedon, Alexander the Great, Tetradrachm, Amphipolis, 
good; another, forepart of lion and torch to left, pentagram 
below chair (Lysimachia or Colophon), very fine but some 
corrosion spots. 


JR Lucania, Velia, Didrachm (4th Century B.C.), head of Athena 
left, vev. lion walking right, pentagram above. High points 
rubbed, otherwise about extremely fine. 


JR Thracian Chersonese (c. 480-350 B.C.), Drachm, forepart of 
lion, rev. pentagram in one quarter, fine, part file mark at 
edge; Greek bronze, Brutii, Nuceria (c. 300 B.C.), rev. 
pentagram below horse, fine. 


JR Corinth (c. 300-243 B.C.), Stater, Pegasos left, rev. head of 
Pallas r., B to left, Term to right (Rav. 1108c; B.M.C. 404). 
Almost very fine. 


10 


51 


53 


22 


114 


393 


32 


Lor 


317 


318 


319 


320 


321 


325 


326 


327 


328 


31 


Caria, Cnidus (c. 420 B.C.), Drachm, lion’s head right, rev. 
head of Aphrodite right (cf. Boston 1984). About very 
fine. 


Thessaly, Larissa (c. 350 B.C.), Didrachm, head of Nymph 
Larissa facing, rev. horse walking right (cf. Boston $95). 
Rare and about fine. 


Roman Sestertii (25), Ist and 2nd Centuries, all different. Fair 
to fine. 


Byzantine bronze (75). Mostly about fine. 


Constantine IV (A.D. 668-685), Follis, armed bust (D.O. 31); 
Dekanumnia (2), bust holding orb (D.O.38) and _ bust 
holding spear (D.O. 39), with a Pentanumnia (D.O. 41), ail 
about fine and very rare, together with a Follis of Justinian 
II (cf. R.1693), rare and about fine. 


Byzantine coins, 5th and 6th Century Folles (14), all different. 
Fine. 


Alexandrian billon Tetradrachms (15), Carus (5), Numerian (5) 
and Carinus (5). Mostly about very fine. 


Leo III (A.D. 714-741), Follis, armed bust facing, rev. M over 
con, Year 20. Unpublished and about fine. 


Macedon, Alexander III (336-323 B.C.), Tetradrachms (2), Ake 
(M.1430 var.) and Babylon (M.727). About very fine. 


Alexandrian billon Tetradrachms (15), Aurelian and Vabalathus 
(5), Diocletian (5) and Maximian (5). Some scarce, about 
very fine. 


Roman Sestertii (20), Antoninus Pius (1), Marcus Aurelius (7), 
Faustina II (1), Commodus (2), Caracalla (2), Geta (1), 
Severus Alexander (6), all described in envelopes. Some 
scarce, fair to fine. 


Roman Sestertii (15), Severus Alexander (4), Maximinus I (3), 
Gordian III (4), Philip I (2), Otacilia Severa and Salonina, 
all described in envelopes. Fine to about very fine. 


Roman Sestertii (14), Severus Alexander (4), Maximinus (4), 
Gordian III (4), Philip I and Philip II, all described in 
envelopes. Fine to about very fine. 


15 


34 


145 


18 


30 


30 


38 


35 


0 


34 


21 


20 


36 


0 


0 


Lor 


330 


331 


332 


333 


334 


335 


336 


337 


338 


339 


340 


32 


Roman Provincial bronze (20), Antioch (13), Tiberius, Claudius 
(2), Vespasian, Domitian (3, two countermarked), Nerva 
(2), Pius, M. Aurelius, Elagabalus, Gallus and Volusian; 
Euresa, Antoninus Pius; Laodicea (7), Domitian, Trajan, 
Commodus, Caracalla, Macrinus, Elagabalus (2). Mostly 


fine. 


Roman Provincial bronze (8), Raphanea (2), Caracalla (2); 
Seleucia ad Pieria, Trajans; Samosta, Hadrian; Decapolis. 
Canata (2), Domitian (2); Aradus, Trajan; Alexandria, 
Claudius and Antonia; together with two small bronze coins 
of the first Jewish revolt and three coins of the Kings of 
Nabathea, Mostly about fine. 


Pheenicia, Beyrutus, 42, head of Mark Antony right, rev. head 
of Cleopatra right (B.M.C. 15). About fine and rare. 


Judea, Agrippa II (A.D. 50-100), Az (2), head of Domitian right, 
rev. Nike right (R.109). Fair. 


Phoenicia, Tyre (4th Century B.C.), Shekel, owl with crook and 
flail, rev. Melgarth on hippocamp (B.M.C. 19), very fine; 
together with 1/16th-Shekels (2) of Sidon, a Tetrobol of 
Aradus, and two bronze, one of Tryphon (142-139 B.C.). 
Mostly about fine. 


Aurelian (A.D. 270-275) and Vabalathus, Antoniniani (6). Al 
fair. 


Delmatius (Caesar A.D. 335-337), Ai 3 (3), Cyzicus, Antioch (2). 
All about fine. 


Fourth Century bronze (53), Constantine I (3), Urbs Roma (2), 
Fausta (2), Constans, Constantius II (3), Constantius Gallus 
(21), Julian II (11), Valens (5), Gratian (5), all described 
in envelopes. Mostly about fine. 


Fourth Century bronze coinages (67), Valentinian II (7), Theo- 
dosius I (19), Arcadius (29), Honorius (5), Aelia Flacilla 
(3), Eudoxia (4). Mostly about fine. 


Fourth Century bronze (54), Honorius (41), Eudoxia (7), Aelia 
Flacilla (6). Mostly about fine, some rare. 


Anonvmous coins attributed to Julian IT (8), Genius of Antioch, 
‘rev. Apollo (C.1/8). Fine and rare. 


20 


53 


67 


54 


Lor 


341 


342 


343 


344 


346 


347 


348 


349 


352 


353 


33 


Jovian (A.D. 363-364), AZ 3 (5), C.35 (1), C.31 (4). Mostly fair 


and scarce. 5 
Fifth Century bronze (16), Theodosius II (13), Marcian (2), Leo. 

Mostly fine and scarce. 16 
Byzantine bronze (38), Anastasius, Folles (5), Half-Folles (2); 

Justin I, Folles (2), Half-Follis, Pentas (5); Justinian, 

Folles (11), Half-Folles (2); Deka, Pentas (10), all 

described in envelopes. About fine. 38 
Justin I (A.D. 518-527), Cyzicus, Follis dated by indiction (D.O. 

41). Rare and fair. 1 
Justin I and Justinian I (A.D. 527), 5-Numia, Antioch, two busts, 

rev. Tyche (D.O.17). Rare and fair. 1 


Byzantine bronze (73), Justin II (10), Tiberius Constantine (2), 
Maurice Tiberius (17), Focas, Heraclius (4), including a 
30-Nummi and two Folles of Cyprus, and Anonymous 
bronzes (39), all identified in envelopes. Mostly about fine. 73 


Focas (A.D. 602-610), Solidus, officina I (R.1187). Traces of 
mounting, fine. 1 


Ancient coins (11), Sestertius of Elagabalus, Pontius Pilate (4), 
Simon Maccabeus (R.6), Titus, vev. Victory inscribing 
shield, and four Roman Provincial bronzes. All about fine, 
some rare. 1 


Crusader coinage (17), Tancred, Schl. I1/6 (6), Schl. II/7 (2). 
senl, 1/8 (4), ‘Schl. V/1 (4); Roger, Schl. TL/11 (i). 


Mostly about fine and scarce. 17 
Arab-Byzantine bronze coins (20). Mostly about fine. 20 
Urtakid bronze coins (73), together with Armenian bronze (6). 

Mostly about fine, some scarce. 79 
Byzantine bronze (143). Mostly about fine. 143 


A similar lot (143). Mostly about fine. 143 


12 


36 


17 


44 


24 


65 


62 


56 


0 


0 


0 


64 


0 


0 


W’ drawn 


W’ drawn 


180 


120 


36 


28 


20 


0 


0 


6 


0 


359 


360 


361 


362 


363 


364 


366 


34 


Netherlands, Leuwendalders (10), Campen (2), 1646, 1683; 
Gelders (1), 1651; Holland (3), two are 1576; Utrecht (3), 
1606, 1616, 1647; and Westfrisia (1), 1639. All fine for the 
issue. 


Syria, Antioch, Macrinus (A.D. 217-218 (5) (cf. B.M.C. 383- 
370), and Diadumenian (5) (cf. B.M.C. 407-413). Rare 
mostly fair to fine. 


Roman Denarii (18), all different, including Hadrian (2), Lucius 
Verus, Caracalla (3), Plautilla, Geta (3). Fine to very fine. 


Roman bronze (18), comprising Sestertii (8) and second brass 
(10), including Asses of Tiberius (2) and Philip I. Mostly 
fair to fine. 


Ancient Jewish, Second Revolt (A.D. 132-135), Denarius, inscrip- 
tion in wreath, rev. two trumpets (Reifenburg 182). Very 
fine and very rare. 


—— — — Denarius, grapes, vev. lyre (R.188). Fine and rare. 
Russia, early ‘‘wire’’ Dengi (49). Fair or fine, all pierced. 


Roman Sestertii (5), M. Aurelius, Commodus, Gordian III (2), 
and Trajan Decius. The first two about fine, the remainder 
very fine. 


Septimius Severus (A.D. 193-211), A 33 of Antioch in Pisidia, 
laureate head, vev. Mén standing (B.M.C. 20). Fine. 


Gordian III (A.D. 238-244), AZ 32 of Antioch in Pisidia, laureate, 
draped and cuirassed bust right, vev. wolf and twins 
(B.M.C. 105). Very fine. 


Egypt, Cleopatra VII (52-30 B.C.), AS 20, head of Queen right, 
vev. eagle left (B.M.C.  ). Fair and rare. 


Constantine VI and Irene (A.D. 780-797), AE Follis (R.1779), 
fair and rare, and a coin of Basil I with Constantine and 
Leo VI (A.D. 870-879), Follis (R.1864), very fine and 
scarce. 


Nicephorus I (sole reign A.D. 802-803), Follis (R.1782). Fine and 
very rare. 


10 


10 


18 


Lor 


367 


368 


369 


370 


371 


372 


374 


376 


377 


35 


Late Roman 42 4 (50), including Julian (10), Constantius II (10), 
Valentinian (10), Theodosius I (10), Arcadius (10). Mostly 
fine. 


Justin I (A.D. 518-527), Follis of Constantinople, bust mght. 
DNIVSTI—NVSPPAVG, rev. M, above star, to left cross over 
dot, to nght € over dot, illegible below M, con in exergue. 
Fine and unpublished, 


Byzantine coin weights (3), circular 8-Nomismata weight (34.3 
gms.) and two 3-Nomismata weights, one circular (12.25 
gms.) and one octagonal (13.23 gms.). 


Roman Republic, Denarii (3), C. Titinius (XVI behind head) 
(Syd. 445), rare; L. Papius (Syd. 773); C. Postumius (Syd. 
785); A® Quadrans of Titus as Cesar, fine and extremely 
rare; As of Antonius Pius. Mostly very fine. 


Roman Imperial, Denarii (7), Hadrian, Marcus Aurelius, Cara- 
calla, Geta (2), Severus Alexander, Julia Maesa. Very fine 
or better. 


—— Philip I, Sestertii (5), reverses Felicitas, Philip standing, 
stag left (rave), Philip on horseback (scarce), cippus in- 
scribed cos mI (rare). Fine or better. 


—— Antoniniani (7), Folles (2); other late 4th Century A® (in- 
cluding Honorius) (10). Many very fine or better. 


—— Billon Tetradrachms of Alexandria (12), Nero (9), reverses 
Eirene, Poppeea, Alexandria, Tiberius, hawk, galley, others 
(2); Julia Domna; Vespasian; Diocletian. Mainly fine, 
several very fine. 


Commagene, Antiochus IV (A.D. 38-72), | 20 (B.M.C. 7); 
Parthia, AR Drachm (2), Phraates IV, Gotarzes II; Utukid 
A® (2) (Ratto 2689, 2693, 2695, 2696, 2700); Ayyubids of 
Mesopotamia (2); Yuluk Arslan (Mourning of Saladin type); 
AR Stater, Spalapati Deva (Hindu Kings of Kabul). Mostiy 
fine or better. 


Byzantine Ad (15), Justinian I (4) (Ratto 486, 534 var., 547 var. 
(2)); Justin II with Sophia (R.807); Phocas with Leontia 
(R.1272); Heraclius (3) (R.1307, 1436 var., 1479); Michael 
II (R.1812); Leo VI (R.1873) with Alexander (R.1875) (2); 
Constantine VII with Zoe (R.1884); Romanus I (R.1886). 
Fine or better. 


50 


19 


12 


12 


24 


32 


20 


32 


20 


22 


30 


62 


40 


34 


30 


40 


27 


100 


950 


379 


384 


386 
387 


388 


400 


36 


—— 42 (12), John I (R.1920 var.); Michael IV (R.1973); Con- 
stantine IX (R.1991); Theodora (R.2001); Constantine X 
(3) (R.1215); Romanus IV (R.2030); Michael VII (R.2042 
var.); John VIII, AR of small module; John I of Nicaea 
(R.2290). Mostly fine or better. 


—— 4 (30), Anastasius (2), Justinian I, Justin II with Sophia 
(5), Maurice Tiberius, Phocas with Leontia, Basil II, 
Michael IV (4), Constantine IX (3), Theodora (2), Constan- 
tine X with Eudocia (5), Michael VII (4). Fair to fine, 
some better. 


Roman, AX (12); 4 ist and 2nd brass (26); smaller A (82). 
fine. 


Late Roman and early Byzantine Ai (180). Several fine. 


Alexandria and late Roman 42 and billon (126). Many fine, some 
very fine. 


Egypt, Cleopatra VII, AS (20cm.), good; Alexandria billon Tetra- 
drachms (5) of Aurelian and Vabalathus, very fine. 


Vandalic AZ 3, 4 and Nummi (71), no duplicates. An interesting 
lot. 


Roman, Theodosius, A5 4 (20); Valentinian II, \AE 4 (10); Julian, 
7B 3 (5); Jovian, AX 3 (5). Many fine. 


Byzantine AZ (116), a wide range. 


AR B.M. electrotypes: Syracuse, Kimon’s Tetradrachm; Pyrrhus 
of Epirus, Tetradrachm; Hieron II, 31-Litre, very fine; 
Books: Sydenham, Czesaria in Cappadocia, 1933; others (5) 
on ancient coins. 


Miscellaneous ancient coins, mostly Greek, 7AR (26), AE, etc. (14), 
some forgeries. 


COINS OF THE U.S.A. 


Augustus Humbert, 50-Dollar piece, 1851, octagonal, obv. eagle, 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, above 880 THOUS, below FIFTY 
DOLLS., on perimeter of obverse AUGUSTUS HUMBERT UNITED 
STATES ASSAYER OF GOLD CALIFORNIA, rev. a series of criss- 
cross lines, edge reeded. Nearly very fine, very rare. 


13 


30 


120 


130 


126 


71 


40 
116 


40 


37 
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401* A’ Five-Dollars, 1795, first year of issue, small eagle. Very fine 
and very rare. 


402 AN Another. Fine and very rare, shows signs of mounting and 
gilding. 


403* A’ Another, 1803 (over 2), second type. About extremely fine 
and rare. 


403A A’ Dollar, first type, Liberty head, 1850; another, third type, 
Indian head, 1856, slanting 5. Very fine. 


404 AR Proof Dollar, 1882, Philadelphia (1,100 struck). Brilliant and 
rare. 


405 AR Proof Dollar, 1886 (886 struck). Obv. brilliant, rev. dull, 
extremely fine and rare. 


406 AR Proof Dollar, 1902 (777 struck). Brilliant and rare. 
407 AR Dollars, 1882S, 1885S. Brilhant. 


408 AR Dollar, Peace type, 1921. Unc. and scarce. 


409 AR Proof Half-Dollar, 1885 (930 struck), Liberty seated type. 
Brilliant and rare. 


4i0* AR Quarter-Dollar, 1807. Virtually mint state, a choice coin and 
very rare in this state. 


411 AR Quarter-Dollar, proof, 1879 (250 struck). Brilliant and rare. 


412 AR Quarter-Dollar, proof, 1906 (674 struck), Liberty head type. 
Brilliant and rare, but hairline scratch before face. 


413 AR Proof Dime, 1858. Poor lustre, extremely fine and toned. 


414 A Proof Half-Dime, 1859. Poor lustre, scratches in field, ex- 
tremely fine and scarce. 


415 Proof nickel Five-Cents, 1883, without CENTS (6,609 struck). 
Brilliant and scarce. 


520 


105 


170 


24 


60 


4a 


56 


12 


50 


240 


38 


20 


50 


0 


() 


0 


0 


450 


140 


190 


290 


110 


70 


150 


210 


60 


42 


0 


0 


() 


() 


Lor 


416* 


417* 


418* 


419* 


420* 


421 


422 


423 


424 


425 


426 


427 


428 


38 


4 Cent, 1793, wreath type, strawberry-leaf variety (Sheldon 10). 
A sharp coin, very fine and rare. 


AZ Cent, 1794, cap and pole type (Sheldon 21). Unusually good 
for this coin, very fine and rare. 


4E Cent, 1794, cap and pole variety (Sheldon 46), die flaw on E 


of ceNT. Better than very fine, scarce. 


’.” Ex Sargant sale, 1913 (lot 455), and Newcomb, 1945 (lot 
64). 


® Cent, 1794, cap and pole variety (Sheldon 56), ‘‘Office Boy’’ 
reverse. A rare variety, and one of the finest known speci- 
mens; good very fine. 


AZ Cent, 1794, cap and pole variety (Sheldon 65). Good very 
fine and nicely toned. 


Ai Cent, 1794, cap and pole variety (Sheldon 71). Nearly very 
fine, scarce thus. 


A Cent, 1795, cap and pole variety (Sheldon 76a), lettered edge, 
ONE CENT high in wreath. Fine and very rare. 


Ai Cent, 1796, cap and pole type (Sheldon 88), the club pole 
variety. Very fine and very rare, but struck on slightly 
porous planchet. 


ZZ Cent, 1802 (Sheldon 226). Good fine and scarce. 

J Cent, 1802, stemless wreath (Sheldon 231). Good fine. 
AZ Cent, 1802 (Sheldon 233). Almost very fine and rare. 
Proof nickel Cent, 1862. Brilliant and rare, 


AR Dime, 1837, Liberty head, small date. Very fine. 


Lor 


429 


430 


431 


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‘RK Dime, 1823; Half-Dimes, 1829, 1853 arrows, 
Five-Cents, shield, 1883 (over 2); Cents, AZ 1878, Ni 1857, 
1868; Half-Cent, 1853. Mostly very fine. 


18540; Ni 


Ai Wood’s coinage, Halfpennies, 1722, 1723, harp right; Far- 
things, 1723, 1724. Fine or better. 


AR Half-Dollar, 1795, two leaves under each wing. Very good, 


scarce. 


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